The Ipswich Queensland Times talks about homeschooling.
More families join home-schooling boom by Geoff Egan
“We feel that as humans we’re always learning so we don’t do book work as such.
“We take our kids out and to museums to learn all the time.”
Similarly, mum Bec Draper said she chose to educate her children from home after seeing a lack of support for autistic children.
“Three of our children have high-functioning autism spectrum disorder, which means they are eligible and expected to attend mainstream school,” she said.
“Whilst the idea of ‘inclusion’ is a fantastic one, the practical implementation of this approach is just not working in our school system, at the moment.”
The comments discusses support of special needs in the schools, along with the usual problem of bullying.